Arden Grange Senior – with fresh chicken & rice

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Arden Grange Senior dog food is naturally hypoallergenic and contains boosted levels of joint support to aid older dogs.

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Arden Grange Senior with fresh chicken & rice has been specially formulated by nutritional experts to provide the correct balance of proteins, carbohydrates, essential fatty acids, fats, minerals and vitamins to meet the nutritional requirements of older dogs. It contains boosted levels of glucosamine, chondroitin and MSM for extra protection against age-related health problems.

Recommended For: 

Older dogs requiring additional joint support and fewer calories if they have started to slow down



Can also be used for:

Large breed adult dogs that would benefit from the additional joint support

  • Balanced recipe for older dogs
  • Boosted levels of glucosamine, chondroitin and MSM for extra joint protection
  • L-carnitine to help increase the conversion of fat to energy and to maintain lean body mass

Analytical Constituents: 

Crude Protein 22%, Fat Content 12%, Crude Ash 6%, Crude Fibres 3.5%, Calcium 1.5%, Phosphorus 1%, Omega-3 0.70%, Omeaga-6 4.12%, L-carnitine 50mg/kg. 



Composition: 


Chicken (chicken meat meal 22%, fresh chicken 5%), rice (22%), maize, beet pulp, refined chicken oil, whole linseed, chicken digest, whole dried egg, yeast, krill, minerals, prebiotic FOS, prebiotic MOS, glucosamine (740mg/kg), MSM (740mg/kg), chondroitin (520mg/kg), cranberries, yucca extract, nucleotides. 




Nutritional Additives (per kg):

Vitamins: Vitamin A 18,000 IU, Vitamin D3 1,350 IU, Vitamin E 240 IU. 



Trace Elements: 

Zinc (as zinc chelate of amino acid hydrate) 90mg, Copper (II) (as copper chelate of amino acid hydrate) 8mg, Manganese (as manganese chelate of amino acid hydrate) 6mg, Iodine (as calcium iodate anhydrous) 1.5mg. Antioxidant (natural mixed tocopherols).

 366 kcals/100g


When should I change my dog from adult to senior food?

We generally recommend changing to our senior food when you notice your dog slowing down and/or getting a little stiff. All dogs are different and age at different rates.



At what age is my dog considered senior?

This depends on breed/size since smaller dogs generally have a longer lifespan.As a very general guide, around 8 years of age is considered senior, but some dogs are still very active at this age and others may show signs of ageing a little earlier. 



Does Senior help prevent arthritis and bone problems?

Unfortunately, no diet can prevent arthritis and bone problems because the cause may be genetic, due to injury, wear and tear etc. 
However, the product does contain glucosamine, chondroitin and MSM to support joint health. 
It is also lower in fat than the maintenance diets, because keeping your dog at a healthy weight to avoid additional strain on the joints is important, especially in older pets.



What’s the difference between your two Senior products?

The nutrient values are very similar, and both products share the same high level of joint support. 
The main difference is that the Sensitive Light/Senior is fish and potato based, whilst the Senior in the orange bag is chicken and rice based.

Our core philosophy of ‘nutrition without compromise’ is the foundation on which Arden Grange has been built. Each of our canine and feline diets are naturally hypoallergenic meaning that we don’t include the most common dietary allergens in our foods, and they are preserved naturally without any artificial preservatives or colours. All ingredients in our diets have been included for their nutritional value and promote optimum health and vitality.

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